In recent months on VRFocus we, and a number of our guest writers from other companies, have often discussed how immersive technology – be that virtual reality (VR), augmented reality (AR) or mixed reality (MR) – can be used in conjunction with the world of business. Either as an organisational tool or as a means to transform their product or service, reducing costs or increasing what can be offered.
It’s being seen and felt across all manner of and sectors of industry. From retail to manufacturing and from the design of buildings to cars. With this in mind, our friends at VR Intelligence are hosting a webinar where representatives from three companies will be discussing how they themselves adopted VR and the changes it has brought their various internal processes.
This coming Thursday, April 5th 2018, VR Intelligence plays will be welcoming representatives from Ford, CDM Smith and from Schneider Electric, all of whom are immersive tech specialists. They’ll be discussing at length how companies from any industry can learn how to use both VR and AR in order to to improve their productivity and the performance of their business.
The discussion will be moderated by Amy Peck, the Founder & CEO of EndeavorVR and will feature Ford’s VR & Advanced Visualization Tech Specialist Elizabeth Baron. As well as Scott Aldridge, Innovation & Disruptive Technology Leader of CDM Smith and Michael Fallon, Director, Digital Business Design, Schneider Electric.
Key discussion points are:
- Understanding the big opportunities: Hear how immersive tech is revolutionising product design and manufacturing, worker collaboration and training across industry
- Pick the right use cases: Understand which technologies and platforms suit which purposes. And how to make sure you always pick the right applications for your business
- AR, VR – or both? Learn which is right for which applications – and how to make sure you don’t waste time and money finding out
- Where’s the ROI? Hear case examples of where VR & AR implementation is helping a whole variety of businesses improve productivity and drive efficiency gains
Interested parties can register here for the webinar which will take place at 2PM EDT, registration will also allow access to receive the recordings of the webinar at a later date. For more information on this webinar, or the upcoming VRX events can contact Pete Carkeek at email@example.com.